Featuring rare, outstanding additional content, Clint Eastwood: Icon is the definitive collection of film art and material representing Clint Eastwood’s legendary career as seen through the original iconic artwork.
Clint Eastwood is a nameless vigilante, a vengeful detective, a bare-knuckle boxer, a Secret Service agent, and countless other definitive screen archetypes now embedded in our shared pop-culture consciousness. However you define him, Clint Eastwood has a powerful and extremely recognizable image that exists as something beyond the narratives of his films.
Featuring a wealth of additional content, this new edition of Clint Eastwood: Icon presents an unprecedented collection of film art and rare material surrounding the legendary actor. This comprehensive trove gathers together poster art, lobby cards, standees, Italian Spaghetti Western Premier posters, studio ads, and esoteric film memorabilia from around the world. From his early roles as the nameless gunslinger in Sergio Leone’s spaghetti Westerns, to the vigilante films of the 1970s and 1980s, through his directorial roles and latest releases, Clint Eastwood: Icon captures the powerful presence that turned Eastwood into the definitive American hero.
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About the Author
David Frangioni is a music businessman, producer, technologist and musician. He has written for Rolling Stone, Fortune, and Robb Report. Frangioni is considered one of the world’s most prominent and knowledgeable collectors of Clint Eastwood memorabilia, with more than 10,000 items in his ever-growing collection. He is the founder of Frangioni Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to inspiring children through drum healing.
Thomas Schatz is the Mary Gibbs Jones Centennial Chair of the Department of Radio-Television-Film at The University of Texas at Austin, and is the Executive Director of the University of Texas Film Institute. An expert on Hollywood films and filmmaking, he has written four books on the subject and contributes to publications such as the The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Film Quarterly.